Since Google introduced the Google Play pass last year, it has been expanding the services to other countries as well. Google’s subscription service for apps and games was first made available to the US market and has now rolled out to nine other countries this summer. Since the launch of Pixel 5 recently, the company is now expanding the Google Play Pass service to even more countries. Google has announced the Play Pass will be expanding to 24 new countries to give wider availability in Spain, New Zealand, and more.
The list of countries that will be getting this feature is Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Sweden. For people who do not know about Google Play Pass, it is actually a subscription-based service from Google which provides access to LIMBO, Stardew Valley, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, and many other popular apps and titles.
By using the service, you will not have to purchase these titles separately and will not have to worry about ads while using the apps. The list of supported apps in the Google Play Pass has been increasing ever since and can easily be checked out by a user before subscribing to it. Google has been expanding its services very aggressively in the market and is making sure that its services are available to a global audience with the same set of features throughout.